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Does config DB get restored

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Situation:

Server 1 (Test Environment)
W2K3
SQL Server 2000
WSS 3.0

Server 2 (Production)
W2k8
SQL Server 2000
WSS 3.0

I will be doing the following:
1) Backup(SQL 2000) of Content DB (content.db) to SERVER2
2) Restore(SQL2005) of content.db to SERVER2
3) Create a new Web Application (spwebapp)
4) Attach the content.db to the (spwebapp)

Questions:

1) Will I need to also restore the Config DB or just the content DB
2 ) Does it matter if I restore to SQL 2005? Since the backup is from SQL Server 2000.

Thanks
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KoenVosters earned 250 total points
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1. You do not need to restore the config DB.
2. You should restore it to 2000 under a different name, detach it, move it to sql 2005, give it it's original name and attach it to sql 2005
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by:fstinc
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Clear and straight forward. Thanks man.
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